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Captain Compassion
11-15-2017, 11:33 AM
Fishing opportunities have been slim as of late so I decided to do a trip to the Mid. I really don't do that well in November but I decided to give Blockhouse a try. Arrived at 0740 to find a mere 7 other anglers on the shore. I tried everything. Jigs, spoons, hard plastics. I even tried some experimental stuff. Nothing. To be fair to myself I only saw one fish caught while I was there. The weather was nice. Pleasantly cool with a few puffy clouds. The wind was light from the north. Need colder weather and a few storms. I'll be back after Turkey Day.

CC

Nice Day at Blockhouse.
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It Should Work
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Close by Parking
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hooks
11-15-2017, 11:43 AM
Nice day though.....is that orange thing a strike indicator?

What would you consider the to be the best area to catch fish there.

Big winds today and tomorrow. Hoping for Friday winds to die.

Captain Compassion
11-15-2017, 12:30 PM
Nice day though.....is that orange thing a strike indicator?

What would you consider the to be the best area to catch fish there.

Big winds today and tomorrow. Hoping for Friday winds to die.

Yep. A strike indicator.:sneakiness: All these southern beaches with sandy bottom and a fast drop off can be good. Blockhouse have both in spades. Another advantage is during late fall and winter both the tribe and the Gardnerville hatchery stock thousands of fingerlings off the ramp there. These do attract a crowd. I suspect more 10+ fish are caught at BH than any other beach with the exception of the Nets. As a bonus you don't need waders or a ladder.

CC

MKE
11-15-2017, 06:15 PM
Yep. A strike indicator.:sneakiness: All these southern beaches with sandy bottom and a fast drop off can be good. Blockhouse have both in spades. Another advantage is during late fall and winter both the tribe and the Gardnerville hatchery stock thousands of fingerlings off the ramp there. These do attract a crowd. I suspect more 10+ fish are caught at BH than any other beach with the exception of the Nets. As a bonus you don't need waders or a ladder.

CCThat's where my buddy got a 15+ pounder last Thanksgiving on a Castaic swimbait.

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